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Private Medicine Tuition in England

First Tutors can enable you to find the right local medicine teacher in England to compliment your child's education, or if you are an adult learner, your own education. Private medicine tuition is an excellent way to improve confidence, knowledge as well as increasing grades. Please use our service to search for home medicine tutors near you (anywhere in England) and select which best suits your requirements.

Meet some of our England Medicine Tutors

Ioanna

Ioanna

Masters: Neuroscience (2015)
for their GCSE and A-levels in the run up to exams. King's College London Master's Degree in Neuroscience.2:1 Bachelor's Degree in Biology. Achieved four A*s at A level in Biology, Chemistry, Maths and Statistics. My general curiosity in Biology has always helped motivate me in my studies and I am excited to inspire and transfer my enthusiasm for science to my students. Having long experience in personal tutoring I am more than comfortable to teach...
Junaid

Junaid

Doctorate: Bachelors of Medicine Bachelors of Surgery (MBChB) (2011)
answer sessions which tests students understanding of the session 6) Short examinations for students to try closer to the exam period 7) Supplement with methods of remembering difficult topics, thus improving revision techniques and boosting confidence SUPPORTING THE STUDENT Supporting the student is key; therefore the transition to a new way of learning can be a challenge, with university study differing greatly from college and school learning. I intend to guide you towards interactive resources...
Samuel

Samuel

Bachelors: Bachelor of Medical Science (Hons) (2016)
year 3 to year 13 in both Maths and Science. This is both at higher and foundation level. I find it easy to get on with young people and explain complex concepts in a way that is more straightforward to understand. I believe students should not only achieve target grades and above in their subjects, but enjoy them too. For this reason, my lessons are structured around the individual to try and help them progress...

Natasha

Other: Medical UKCAT average: both ranging between 710 and 732 (2011)
importance of active-recall, with "pop quizzes" at the start of each following session to see how much the individual has understood previous teachings. This allows us to see both where the student is struggling and where our own tuition methods can be improved. Additionally, we will happily help the student to create efficient revision notes that they can use in preparation for their exams. If the student so wishes, we will provide specific exam preparation...
Aayesha
engaging the student. I am fond of visual aid and having the student repeat back to me what they have learnt. I prefer to summarise at the end of my lessons to pick up any areas of weakness. I like to set tasks for the next session, and review often to see progress. I quiz my students and prefer to let them think and build their skills, rather than me speaking for the hour. I...
Mohamed

Mohamed

Doctorate: PhD in protein crystallography (2017)
undergraduate projects by providing technical support with their lab work and Trained PhD colleagues in a specific curation technique to collect names and synonyms of proteins in order to retrieve relevant literature. I possess extensive writing experience, analysis, and proofreading skills. 10/2014- Present Teaching assistant at School of Pharmacy, University of Nottingham (Top Ranked in the UK (RAE 2012), 6th global best in 2017) I have the passion to learn and help different students ,I...
Varun
and honing exam technique. For the medical application help, I again have many resources and much knowledge with regards to personal statement writing and UKCAT/BMAT preparation which we would talk about and discuss openly whilst practising the questions throughout. Then we can devise a plan together of a checklist each week so you can complete your application in good time without panic. Each week we can discuss any medical events that took place so as...

Venkata

Masters: Bioinformatics (2005)
the tutee requires. I have been told that my approach to teaching makes it enjoyable for my students. I aim to determine the exact nature and areas of tutees' difficulties and address these directly, thereby enhancing understanding. I encourage students to think for themselves using questioning techniques, rather than just giving them answers. I have been told that this approach make difficult areas seem simple. I also offer pratice using past examination questions to improve...
Sam-Henry

Sam-Henry

Bachelors: BA (Hons) Psychology (2016)
students whose first language is not English. I am happy to cater the tutoring around the students' objectives. My standard approach to tutoring is to work on topics that the student finds particularly challenging by teaching the content (from scratch if need be), with the aim of eventually working on some exam-style questions together. My tutoring style can be adapted upon request however normally I aim to create an informal interactive session where the student...
Sara

Sara

Bishop's Stortford
Maths, Chemistry, Biology, French, Entrance Exams, Medicine
Bachelors: VetMB (2018)
ran an after school science club for local primary school students. I also am currently tutoring primary level Maths and English I am enthusiastic about my subject, so try to make the tutoring sessions fun rather than a chore. I try to take a different approach to the work, enabling the students to tackle the subject from a slightly different perspective. Overall, I am keen to make the tutoring sessions enjoyable and interesting, as I...

Regions: East Anglia, East Midlands, North East, North West, South East, South West, West Midlands

Our search will find local medicine teachers (from England) in your local area by their medicine tuition charges and distance from you. Before reaching an arrangement with a medicine tutor, you can ask specific questions securely via our member's area, such as whether they cover your syllabus (usually set by the AQA, EdExcel or OCR exam boards) before releasing your contact details. You can search for medicine tutors teaching at primary level, secondary level including GCSE, A-Level and even home medicine tutors for adult learning, further and higher education - anywhere in England! Finding help through private medicine tuition (or using group medicine tuition) has been shown to improve your chances of attaining a top grade and remembering what is being taught.

If you are a home medicine tutor wishing to offer your medicine tutoring services in England or elsewhere across the UK, please register with First Tutors or learn more about us here in England.